Here are some of my own personal redlines, non-negotiables and positive principles and guidelines for charismatic Christianity and worship: (1) It must be accepted that God gives us a vast, broad, diversified and varied array of different, special and unique gifts including administration, preaching, teaching, explanation, etc... as well as certain very noticeable, clear and … Continue reading A New Manifesto for Charismatic Christianity
What are the unanswered questions surrounding the Church’s official status quo view of human sexuality?
An article encouraging those with misgivings and concerns about elements of their church's leadership, structure, worship, services, and preaching to be brave and speak out, and an explanation of the potential and possible eventual consequences of people not doing so.
A discussion of what the Biblical phrase "God-breathed" could mean and of how this could tie in with one's hermeneutics/exegesis/interpretation, and one's general view of Scripture and its authority.
In this article, I will discuss precisely what it means to be an "evangelical Christian" and explain whether or not I myself would choose to describe myself as one and why/why not.